» Sky Azrael asks: Would you ever come back to America to race?
NH: Well, I don't know what's going to happen down the road. This season will be my 13th year in GP. I love racing at the highest level, in the deepest waters, on the best bikes, on the best tracks, but we'll see. My dirt-track career, you know, I do have a little bit of unfinished business there, to try to win a mile. But I'm realistic too! I know the longer I'm away… It's going to get harder. I've spent some time this winter doing some flat track with some Grand National guys and relit a little bit of fire to see that my dirt-track speed hadn't gotten too far away from me, so it was nice to see that. Riding a mile is a completely different game, but, yeah, we'll see what happens down the road. Anything's possible. I would say my interest in flat track never really went away. That was my first love, but I don't regret going roadracing. I'm really glad that I had the opportunity to go, and see the world, and be a world champion. But still, that grand slam is something that does haunt me—trying to win a Short-Track, TT, Half-Mile, and Mile.